I love going to Circle B Bar Reserve early in the morning when it’s foggy (as long as it burns off quickly). It makes the reserve look different than other days. You can see all of the spider webs across the marsh and it makes you realize just how many spiders there are out there.
Black bellied whistling ducks flying out across the marsh.
The bur marigolds were blooming in mid-November and the marsh was a blanket of yellow.
A few of the little critters flying around.
It was a quiet day for birds, except for some of the usuals including purple gallinules and swamp sparrows.
Very pretty photos. I love the birds and the butterflies and the flowers. I like the way the fog makes everything look. I don’t like spiders, though. 🙂
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Beautiful photos, all, and lovely light.
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I can picture all the spiders’ webs with the dew on the sparkling as the sun catches them. Lots of interesting plants and animals to see as the fog lifts especially the butterflies.
Special images of a special place.
Thank you for sharing.